This Modern Glitch is the second studio album by British indie band The Wombats. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 25 April 2011, with 3 singles preceding it: "Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)", "Jump into the Fog", "Anti-D", released on 24 September 2010, 24 January 2011 and 11 April 2011 respectively. A further 3 singles were released following the album's release: "Techno Fan", "Our Perfect Disease" and "1996", released on 20 June 2011, 14 August 2011 and 7 of November 2011 respectively. Production comes from Rich Costey, Eric Valentine, Butch Walker, Jacknife Lee and the band themselves. Upon its release the album received favourable reviews by critics. It has sold 126,772 copies in the UK as of April 2015.
"Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)" was the first single released from the album, it was released on 24 September 2010. It peaked at number 23 on the UK Singles Chart, and also charted at number 33 in Australia as well as number 66 in the Netherlands. It came in at number 8 on Australia's 'Hottest 100' countdown of 2010.
The album received mixed to favourable reviews, with an aggregated score of 59 from Metacritic. Mark Beaumont of the BBC described the album as 'a flawless modern classic', as well as calling it 'pop album of the year, by at least a dozen choruses'. Matt Collar of AllMusic gave a similarly positive review, saying ' This Modern Glitch finds the gleefully cynical Brit trio delivering a batch of catchy, immediately memorable dance-rock tracks the likes of which haven't been heard since the glory days of Blur'. The Daily Mirror called the album 'triumphant', singling out Anti-D as 'epic'.